A Very British Jihad: Collusion, Conspiracy & Cover-up in Northern Ireland
In April 03, the Stevens Report provided the first,official acknowledgement of collusion between,loyalist armed groups and British security forces,in the murders of nationalists in N.Ireland. Yet,as this book shows, such collusion has been a,central feature of the British response to the,conflict in Ireland for more than 30 years. That,response, argues Larkin, amounts to a Holy War in,the name of Protestantism and the British,Monarchy, swathed in secrecy and denial and,protected by the term ""national security"". This is,a milestone in uncovering the truth behind it.
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